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wainscotingPart of speech: Noun Usage examples "wainscoting":
- She next opened a door, leading into the long hall, which was like that of an old castle, so fine with its old wainscoting. - "Dr. Adriaan", Louis Couperus.
- He unlocked a secret press that was in the wainscoting, and put them into it. - "The Picture of Dorian Gray", Oscar Wilde.
- The old room was a good scene for such a narrative, with the oak- wainscoting, quaint, and clumsy furniture, the heavy beams that crossed its ceiling, and the tall four- post bed, with dark curtains, within which you might imagine what shadows you please. - "Madam Crowl's Ghost and The Dead Sexton", Joseph Sheridan LeFanu.